• What is a Digital Wallet?

    Technology is everywhere you turn today. It’s even taking over our wallets. If you bought a smartphone in the last year or two, you may have noticed that it touted digital wallet technology. Wallets, cash, and credit cards have worked for ages so, you’ve probably wondered why you would switch from whatever system is working for you now. Here are some things to consider about this new digital wallet technology.

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  • Should I Get A Credit Card?

    Maybe you don’t think you need a credit card because you aren’t spending outside your means. While that is a reasonable financial plan, having a credit card has many benefits that don’t just involve getting into debt. If you have the discipline to pay off your balance each month, here are a few great reasons to carry a credit card:

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  • Rules For Credit Card Management

    A lot of the advice you get about managing credit card debt is simple common sense: pay off your bills in full each month, don’t finance big-ticket items at a high interest rate, etc.

    If you want to be the master of your credit card debt load, follow these key rules:

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  • How to Buy a Used Car Without Getting Burned

    Used cars give automobile buyers the best possible bang for the buck– except when they don’t. It is important to be your own best advocate when in the quest to buy the perfect used car. No one wants to mistakenly purchase a “lemon.” Thankfully, there are many resources and tools that can help you make an educated buying decision. Knowing what to look for can turn buying a used car from intimidating to exciting.

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  • Buying Your First Car? Tips to Make the Process Smoother

    Buying your very first car is a big milestone. Sure it’s exciting...but it's also pretty intimidating, because your options seem limitless. (And those price tags are so high!) Luckily, buying your first car is not as hard as it seems. You just need to arm yourself with the right information.

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  • How to Buy Used from a Private Seller

    If you’re looking to buy a used car, you generally have two options: go to a dealer, or find a car you like within your budget from a private seller. Is one option necessarily better than the other? We’ll explore why buying from a private seller can be a good option when trying to get a good deal while keeping the cost down.

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  • Buying New vs. Used

    It’s time to buy a car. Sounds easy, right?

    The truth is, it’s not. It’s far from that. It’s closer to excruciating at times. The thoughts race through your head, “Which car do I need? Which car do I want? Is this the right decision?”

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  • Understanding Vehicle Financing

    Financing your car needs as much research and homework as choosing the car.
    When applying for a car loan, there are a couple of financing basics you need to know:

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  • Wyatt Turner

    Wyatt was sick with pneumonia at 15 months old. His local hospital didn’t have the resources to care for Wyatt so they rushed him by ambulance to Children’s Hospital, Navicent Health. “Until you actually need the children’s hospital, you don’t understand how important this facility is to have here for the children,” said Laura Turner, Wyatt’s mother. Wyatt ended up in the Pediatric Intermediate Care Unit (PIMCU) when he first arrived. Wyatt worsened with pneumonia. His tissue in his lungs were dying so they moved him over to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).

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